• Any small shop

    Well, there could be many reason to visit many great cities in Europe. But for people who don't speak many european languages, for them the priority is to go somewhere they can communicate with locals, ask for great places to eat or to hangout or go partying or...

    0 by Muhammad Sunny, in What to do Amsterdam, 3 months ago
  • Cocotte

    Hello, everyone! In this post I am going to talk to you about Cocotte, a really cute cafe. One of my favourite moments from our stay in Amsterdam was the incredible breakfast that I was able to enjoy in Cocotte. This restaurant-cafe is a French place which is found in...

    0 by Olivia, in Where to eat Amsterdam, one year ago
  • the Alfred hotel

    After staying in a lot of different hotel all around Amsterdam, I can tell that my very favourite is the Alfred Hôtel. I was lucky to get a room for 34€ by booking the same day. But you have to know that the Alfred Hotel is a 4 stars hotel so it pretty rare to get...

    0 by alice, in What to do Amsterdam, one year ago
  • Private room Amsterdam Oostelijke Handelskade

    A lovely residential neighbourhood (Oostelijk Havengebied), very close to Central Station and the IJ-river.A great location from where you can explore the city and surroundings. Far enough from the noise, yet close to every sight you wish to see.

    0 by Ying, in What to see Amsterdam, one year ago
  • Schipol Airport

    The first destination on your Erasmus. I'm still trying to figure out how to pronounce it. From what I've read, it seems that it has a an authentic shopping centre, somewhere to spend the afternoon, but not just before getting on a plane. In fact, it even has a small...

    0 by Emma, in Where to sleep Amsterdam, one year ago
  • Moco Museum

    Lovely work by Banksy at the museum, a lot of beautiful collections and explanations of his work. Definitely recommend for both banksy fans and interested parties. The basement area is definitely also beautiful with lovely pieces and overall is a good museum to go to...

    0 by Sharon, in What to see Amsterdam, 2 years ago
  • amsterdam museum

    Telling the story of how Amsterdam began as a city and how it got to where it is now as a well known and international city. Very informative and interesting to see where the city began, there was also a fashion exhibit of different fashion statements and progressions...

    0 by Sharon, in What to see Amsterdam, 2 years ago
  • Amsterdam

    A little haven within walking distance from the city centre, beautiful in the spring/summertime whether it's to explore the gardens or just read a book on one of the benches outside. The café is really nice and has some gluten free options, a pleasant surprise....

    0 by Ella, in What to see Amsterdam, 2 years ago
  • Sloterpark

    Sloterpark, Amsterdam Nieuw-West Sometimes it’s nice to get away from the hustle of central Amsterdam. Parks in the city center are often crowded as soon as it’s sunny. If the weather is nice, Sloterpark is a good place to hang out, without doing much other than...

    0 by Kevin, in What to do Amsterdam, 2 years ago
  • The Red Light District

    Probably one of the marvellous city of Amsterdam's most appealing places. Honestly, such a shame. I visited Holland for the first time last September, on the 5th to be specific; the same day that saw me born twenty three years ago. How I wanted to come and celebrate my...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Amsterdam, 4 years ago
  • Van Gogh Hostel

    Do you travel to the Netherlands? Are you asking yourself where are you going to stay? I recommend you to stay at the Van Gogh Hotel. Surely, I don't know many hotels, as the Van Gogh Hotel is the only place I have been to and only for couple of days, so don't rely on...

    0 by Flavia, in Where to sleep Amsterdam, 4 years ago
  • The Dolphins Coffee Shop

    Anyone looking for somewhere warm, pleasant and relaxed to spend a leisurely afternoon need look no further than The Dolphins Coffee Shop in Amsterdam. We were looking for a coffee shop we hadn't tried before, so basically one that wasn't The Greenhouse or Hunter's...

    0 by Helen, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Heineken Experience

    The Heineken Experiences is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Amsterdam, the main factory of the worldwide known Heineken and the place where it was first founded. How to get there? Walking: From the Rijksmuseum, it is a 10 minute walk along the...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Amsterdam Begijnhof

    The Amsterdam Begijnhof, as I mentioned in another entry, is one of the most famous beguinages in Holland and Belgium. It served as a home and a residence for women known as beguines until the twentieth century - to see my full description of exactly what a beguinage...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • The Rembrandthuis Museum

    The Rembrandthuis Museum, Amsterdam The outside view of the Rembrandthuis Museum. Source One of the things that you must not miss if you are an art lover and you travel to Amsterdam is the Museum het Rembrandthuis or the Rembrandt House Museum. The Museum Het...

    0 by Elisavet, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Rijksmuseum

    Do you love Arts and History? Then Amsterdam is the town you should totally visit. Amsterdam has a great number of museums dedicated to Arts and History: Stedekijk Museum Van Gogh Museum Hermitage Museum Civic Guards Gallery Huis Marseille Museum EYE Film Institute De...

    0 by Elisavet, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Anne Frank House

    The Anne Frank House is a biographical museum dedicated to the life of the young Jewish girl. She lived during the Second World War and being Jewish she had to hide from the German soldiers. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, in the city centre...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Van Gogh Museum

    The Van Gogh Museum is situated in the Amsterdam's Museum Quarter, Museumplein, between the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk Museum. The museum entrance is at the Paulus Potterstraat 7. It can be reached by tram number 2 and 5 from the Central Station. The main building...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Leidseplein

    Leidseplein or Leiden Square is the main entertainment place in Amsterdam. It is located in the central Amsterdam in the southwest of the Grachtengordel district of the city. It is situated on the crossroads of the Weteringschans, the Marnixstraat, and the...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Amsterdam, 5 years ago
  • Rijks Museum

    For those of you that don't know what the Rijks is, it is one of the most beautiful palaces in Amsterdam, which hosts an amazing collection of Dutch art and not- Dutch from the Middle Age up to today. If you go to Amsterdam you really have to go, no excuses. Source It...

    0 by Giulia, in What to do Amsterdam, 5 years ago

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